GRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESMICRO and NANOTECHNOLOGY


Must Courses

 

MNT 501Introduction to the concept of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Unique mechanical, physico-chemical, electrical, optical and magnetic properties of nanomaterials as a result of reduction in dimensionality. Synthesis methods of various nanomaterials. Nano and microfabrication techniques. Applications of nanomaterials in catalysis, electronics, optoelectronics, composite technology, environmental science, biotechnology and biomedicine. Quantum computing.

 

MNT 501 Syllabus 

 

MNT 502Experimental and computational techniques of characterization at nanoscale. Theoretical and experimental studies. Structural characterization techniques such as Electron Microscopy (SEM/TEM), particle size analysis. Spectroscopical techniques (XPS, AES, TOF, SIMS, NMR, FTIR and Raman).

 

MNT 502 Syllabus